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1995 Caterpillar 525 grapple skidder

Discussion in 'Equipment For Sale/Wanted' started by LowBoy, Feb 23, 2021.

  1. LowBoy

    LowBoy Senior Member

    Nov 23, 2006
    Owner, Iron Mountain Iron & Equipment (Transport)
    Southern Vt. on the Mass./NH borders
    This is a follow-up post to the original one yesterday. I found a couple of pictures of the actual skidder after I posted the original one yesterday of a similar machine for reference.

    Here is the actual machine...

    As described, the transmission acts funny after it warms up. I doesn't slip, it just quits moving like you flipped the rocker switch to neutral. Shut it off and wait a bit; it'll move again but continues to do the same thing.

    Any interest, PM me and we can discuss. Will be a reasonable machine. Runs strong otherwise.

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